Telecommunications Industry Has Lavished FCC Commissioners with Millions of Dollars in Travel Gifts
The revelations come as the FCC is about adopt new media consolidation rules favorable to industry giants
FCC Commissioner Michael Copps Speaks at the Final Public Hearing Before FCC Overhauls Decades-Old Rules Governing Media Consolidation
FCC Commissioner Michael Powell, son of Sec. of State Gen. Colin Powell, failed to attend the final hearing on new rules that analysts say will lead to the largest wave of corporate media consolidation in U.S. history
The Peaceful Mbuti People Call on the UN to Prosecute Government and Rebel Fighters as Civil War Rages in the Congo
We speak with Sinafasi Makelo, a representive of the Mbuti people with the organization Support Action for the Protection of the Rights of Minorities in Central Africa—DRC.
As the White House Moves to Develop a New Generation of Nuclear Weapons, Dr. Helen Caldicott Speaks on Nuclear Proliferation and the Invasion of Iraq
The Senate voted Tuesday to repeal a 10-year-old ban on research and development of low yield nuclear weapons or mini-nukes